On Tuesday, November 13, join us for a free social media in ministry workshop and dinner from 5:45 to 6:45 on our campus in Brooks. You will learn from two students who thrive in using social media as part of their role on church staffs. RSVP by November 9 to Debbie.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-304-0092 for more information.
Preparing Students with Tough Topics
NU Salem Campus chapels are strategically planned to provide opportunities for students to experience God’s transformative presence in a variety of ways. In October, we addressed the tough topics relating to appropriate interaction with the opposite sex and maintaining personal purity in today’s messy and often dangerous culture. Pastors Kevin and Rhonda Reich led men’s and women’s groups in discussions about the issues. Thank you to the Reich’s (Kevin also teaches classes at NU Salem!) for partnering with us to invest in emerging leaders.
Introducing Faculty Who Make A Difference: Dr. Bryan Davenport
Dav (as he tells everyone to call him) is committed to learning – his own and his students. Dav earned his undergraduate degree in Management/Organizational Leadership from George Fox University, his MDiv from Gateway Seminary, and his DMin from Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. He believes that learning is his “reasonable act of worship” (Romans 12), and therefore has begun his next degree, a PhD in Bible and Theology (also with AGTS). He teaches with passion and deeply cares about students’ growth and development in both academics and following Jesus. He encourages students, investing in them and equipping them to serve Jesus, grow, and lead.
In addition to teaching at NU Salem, ‘Dav teaches graduate courses online, serves as Executive Vice President for Ten Talents International, loves pastoring Heritage Church in Vancouver, WA, and speaks internationally. Recently, Dav has started a new church plant in Cuba. His favorite and most important role is that of husband and dad to his family. NU Salem students love and appreciate his passion for God’s Word and for students.